This video says about itself:
3 April 2013
Footage has emerged of Bahraini police throwing stun grenades at two women and a young child in the town of Al-Malkiyah on 31 March. The Bahrain Center for Human Rights say the women were targeted for being protesters.
From IANS news agency:
Manama, March 10, 2014
Last Updated at 14:26 IST
The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) last Tuesday suggested that husbands who force themselves on their wives should not be prosecuted. Also, it said, the men who “reasonably” discipline their wives and daughters should be considered above the law. …
“Rape is rape, regardless of who the victim is. There is still a lack of understanding in this region about the rights of women in abusive relationships. The last thing we want is for a rapist husband to use the law as a shield against being charged with rape,” the Gulf Daily News quoted Batelco Care Centre for Family Violence Cases head Sharifa Swar as saying.